Farrukh Adnan is a graduate in Communication Design from National College of Arts Lahore in 2008. He earned MA in Art and Design Studies from Beaconhouse National University Lahore in 2014.
Farrukh’s studio practice is centered on an ancestral connection with history and archaeology. This archival research has been undertaken in ancient Tulamba which is located in southern Punjab in Pakistan. He is interested in the archaeology of works that explore personal memory of space/place, collective historical events, and cultural depictions of nature in the context of present times.